Private Internet Access, a VPN provider, takes out a full page ad in The New York Times calling out 50 senators allthefoxesATF and DTF[M] Regardless of your choice of VPN provider, it’s … Continue reading 50 senators voted to monitor your Internet activity for financial gain
The Senate is set to vote on whether to roll back a ruling that prevented ISPs like Comcast and AT&T from selling users’ data without their consent. Source: Congress could soon allow … Continue reading Congress could soon allow ISPs to sell your browsing history without your consent
According to a report in Recode, lawmakers in the Senate could act tonight to tear down privacy rules instituted by the Federal Communications Commission under President Obama. Say goodbye to privacy. Source: Lawmakers … Continue reading Lawmakers could start killing the FCC rules that protect your privacy tonight
Why are we so worried about Congress repealing the FCC’s privacy rules for ISPs? Because we’ve seen ISPs do some disturbing things in the past to invade their users’ privacy. Here are … Continue reading Five Creepy Things Your ISP Could Do if Congress Repeals the FCC’s Privacy Protections
The Federal Communications Commission plans to halt implementation of a privacy rule that requires ISPs to protect the security of its customers’ personal information. The data security rule is part of a broader privacy … Continue reading FCC to halt rule that protects your private data from security breaches
Regulators are telling nine companies they won’t be allowed to participate in a federal program meant to help them provide affordable Internet access to low-income consumers – weeks after those companies had … Continue reading New FCC chair just blocked 9 companies from providing affordable Internet to the poor
Last year, the FCC made a bold push to let cities and counties around the county make significant investments in their high-speed internet infrastructure. On Wednesday, a trio of federal judges dealt that effort … Continue reading U.S. Court Rules Against FCC Municipal Broadband Efforts
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